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I watched Rango a few days ago... I honestly didn't really like it :/ I thought the beginning was slow, weird, didn't transition well, and I had no idea where the movie was going. Then the rest was just very cliché, not that funny, and I didn't feel like the movie flowed very well.

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Watched Limitless last week. Pretty cool movie IMO. :thumbup:

Bought Paul today, going to watch it. Seen some of it, pretty epic movie. :thumbsup:

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For someone who doesn't like most movies and therefore hasn't seen that many, what would you guys recommend? Just movies that you have to see at some time in your life. If they're on Netflix so I can watch them easily, 10 kudos for you.

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For someone who doesn't like most movies and therefore hasn't seen that many, what would you guys recommend? Just movies that you have to see at some time in your life. If they're on Netflix so I can watch them easily, 10 kudos for you.

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2001.

Blade Runner.

Shaun of the Dead

Dawn of the dead (1978)

Night of the living dead.

City Lights

Metropolis

The good The Bad and the Ugly

Seven Samurai

Pulp Fiction

King Kong.

12 Angry Men

Apocalypse Now

Back to the future

Big Lebowski

Butch Cassidy and the sundance Kid

Days of Heaven

Die Hard

Evil Dead, 2, and Army of Darkness.

Goodfellas.

Matrix.

Memento

Planet of the apes

Psycho

Raiders of the lost arc

Rear Window.

Rocky.

Star Wars VI, V, IV

Terminator

Vertigo

 

Probably a bunch more. but those are the select few I would recommend EVERYONE to see.

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I just watched Fast Five. I had seen the first one and didn't like it much so I had no intention of watching the others. But my boyfriend recommended Fast Five so I gave it a try and liked it a lot :P I haven't seen 2-4 but Fast Five was definitely better than 1 IMO XD

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Away We Go 3/5

Average film, likable actors, plot was a little lacking, I didn't really have any tension or like.. and problems at all, I mean they could of just gone home?

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2.

 

I went into this movie having just finished the 7th book, so it was all fresh in my mind. And I was pretty disappointed in it. The only truly good thing about the movie was Snape's story. A hell of a lot was left out (the major dialogue between Harry and Voldemort during their final duel just to name one instance). Seems like time was spent on parts that weren't very important, time that could have been spent towards more important parts (for instance, the movie expanded the killing of Nagini when really, in the book, the snake's death was quite quick; this time could've been spent on the major dialogue between Harry and Voldemort, or the large dialogue between Harry and Dumbledore in that white King's Cross Station environment).

 

I could write a ton more of the parts that were left out, but I don't think there would be a point. All I will say for now is that I'm really glad I read the book before I watched the movie. I understood everything a lot better cause of it.

 

Eh, Emma looked very pretty with her long hair in it. :P

 

I guess I give it a 3/5 (mainly cause of Snape's story; oh, and the short duel between McGonagall and Snape was pretty badass looking, as well as the graphics when the professors were putting up defenses around Hogwarts).

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Sense and Sensibility - Worst love story ever o_O (though in all honesty, it's probably closer to real life...)

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Hah, I had to read that whole book and then write a paper for it in just one week. My English teacher decided to cram it in before school ended. I think I was one of the only one's who actually read the whole thing, and it was boring and awful.

 

I think I have that paper saved somewhere. I can't even imagine what I wrote about.

 

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The Eagle - I enjoyed it :P Incredibly predictable but still fun to watch.

 

Secretariat for like the 5th time. Best story ever :P

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I watched Thor last night. Not bad. A little silly, but entertaining :P I didn't like the ending though D:

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For someone who doesn't like most movies and therefore hasn't seen that many, what would you guys recommend? Just movies that you have to see at some time in your life. If they're on Netflix so I can watch them easily, 10 kudos for you.

I would recommend Shawshank Redemption and my personal favorite Gran Torino. Gran Torino was Clint Eastwood's last performance. He was outstanding in his role, but the supporting actors weren't so good. The movie takes you on an emotional roller coaster from sympathy, to laughter, to sorrow. There is a lot of racism in the film, though, so be careful of whom you watch it around, if you do decide to watch it.

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I watched Thor last night. Not bad. A little silly, but entertaining :P I didn't like the ending though D:

 

I know you're supposed to underline movie titles and all, but I keep thinking they're links and try to click on them <_<

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I watched Thor last night. Not bad. A little silly, but entertaining :P I didn't like the ending though D:

 

I know you're supposed to underline movie titles and all, but I keep thinking they're links and try to click on them <_<

I've done that too :lol:

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